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Association between Body Mass Index Structure and Physical Activity, Sleep, Sedentary Behavior, Health, Stress, Emotional Intelligence, and Healthy Eating: A Study of 8,759 People in Lithuania

Results: Only among women and Emotional Intelligence depended on the body mass index structure, not among men, so we found that health and anxiety depended on the BMI structure, only among women. We discovered that light physical fitness in women and men, as well as vigorous physical fitness METs services, sedentary, was strongly linked to the BMI structure, although sleep METs did not depend on the BMI framework in both women and men. We found that out of all energy expenditure determinants, vigorous physical exercise had the highest correlation with the BMI structure among women and men.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1746860/v1


Sleep EEG evidence of delayed brain maturation in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a longitudinal study

Abstract Study Objectives This research investigates whether longitudinally measured changes in adolescent brain electrophysiology corroborate the maturity lag associated with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which has been described in MRI studies and cross-sectional sleep EEG results. Delta power hit a whopping 0. 92 percent in NREM delta power, with sex effects factored in, found that delta power hit 0. 92 percent in the ADHD group, which was accounted for. The age of most rapid delta power decline in the ADHD group was 10. 93 percentu00b10. 41 years old, according to A Gompertz's comparison, but this group difference was not significant with sex effects adjusted for. The ADHD lag was significant for a Gompertz model with sex effects accounted for a very low frequency EEG. In adolescents with ADHD, standardized delta and theta power in NREMP1 was significantly lower than that of adolescents with ADHD, according to an analysis of the EEG decline across the night.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1093/sleep/zsac163


Verification of sleep scales as predictors of suicidal ideation in Japanese dayworkers: a longitudinal study

Abstract of this report The aim of this study was to see if poor sleep based on two sleep scales would lead to suicidal ideation in Japanese dayworkers. We used Question 19 of the Self-rating Depression Scale to assess suicidal ideation, as suicidal ideation at the time, and those who selected option 'u201cnever or only a small portion of the time'u201d as suicidal ideation. During the time between baseline and follow-up surveys, only participants who were suicidal ideation at baseline were included in the analysis, and suicidal suspects were found to have suicidal ideation during the interval between baseline and follow-up surveys. Sleep assessment based on the 3DSS may be more useful in predicting worker suicide prediction in industrial settings with limited facilities than PSQI.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s41105-022-00404-6


Relationship of Fatigue Severity with Disability, pain and Sleep Disturbance in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis: A Cross-Sectional Study

This research was designed to determine how fatigue in Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis, as well as its relationship with pain, disability, and sleep disruption. Methods: Patients attending a rheumatology and orthopaedic clinic in Karachi were randomly surveyed. The Fatigue Severity Scale questionnaire was used to determine the severity of exhaustion. P-value adjustment and sleep disturbances p-value 0. 001: Our findings revealed that the osteoarthritis group has a strong but weak connection with disability p-value 0. 001, pain p-value, and sleep disturbances p-value.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21649/akemu.v27i4.4892


In-hospital survival paradox in patients with sleep apnea—A nation-wide nested case-control study

Background Sleep Apnea is a common disorder characterized by recurrent episodes of nocturnal apnea due to obstructive and/or central mechanisms. Hospitalized patients with SA generally have a higher risk of comorbidity, a longer length of hospital stay, and hospitalization, but an increase in in-hospital mortality may be seen in comparison to patients without diagnosed SA. Hospitalized patients with a SA co-diagnosis were extracted from the database along with a 1:1-matched control group without SA. Overall, 212,581 patients with SA were hospitalized in Switzerland between 2002 and 2018. Compared to the controls, SA cases had a longer median length of hospital stay and a higher median number of comorbidities. In the SA cases, the risk of in-hospitalization was reduced relative to the controls. Conclusions Compared to matched controls, SA was associated with significant and useful inpatient survival benefit in a variety of the most lethal diseases.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0271004

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